The perfect place to start for new camels owners, those considering owning camels and even those that have had camels for sometime and want to add to their knowledge on How to Care for Camels.
#1 Most common mistake made is camels being cared for the same as other animals are cared for.
Camel’s are unique in biology and behaviour which requires specialist care – you can’t go past this eBook & short course to add to your collection of camel information!
DON’T MAKE THE MISTAKES THAT SO MANY CAMEL OWNERS MAKE, LIKE…
Incorrect food and feed ratios
Giving medications that can be fatal to camels (but not other livestock)
No knowing the correct procedures for de-worming, drenches and tests to undertake
Sudden, but preventable deaths due to the camel being a sensitive animal
Do the right thing by your camel, get your Camel Husbandry eBook & Short Course today by joining the Cameleer Academy Membership and stay up to date with the latests and greatest camel care, husbandry & veterinary information!
Because the camel still quite a *new* domesticated animal there are very few studies on their health and wellbeing, but this is changing and when you’re a member of the Cameleer Academy Membership you will have direct access to some of the best camel care & veterinary information available.
We used to sell this eBook on it’s own, but we realised that we were doing a disservice to the camel owner, so we packaged the BEST camel care, husbandry & vet care information into the Cameleer Academy Membership which you’ll have access to anywhere (there’s an app!) anytime so long as you remain an active member.
Topics Covered in our Introduction to Camel Husbandry eBook & Short Course:
About The Camel
– Camel Food and Ratios
– Weed / Favourable Foods
– Salt Intake
– Mineral Deficiency Symptoms
Non Emergency First Aid
– Wounds and Abrasions
– Diarrhea / Scouring
– Underweight Camels
– Weight Gain Recipe
– Muscular Issues
– Slow Improvers
– Gelding / Castration of Bulls
DIY Camel First Aid Kit
– Physical Indicators
– Early Signs of Camel Stress
– Environmental Stress & Illness
– Training and Handling
– Separation Stress
Purchasing Camels, Which Camel is Right for you?
Bringing Your Camel Home
– Paddocks and Fencing
– Transporting Your Camel
Common Camel Diseases
Parasite Control Program
– Suggested Management Plan
– Parasitic Symptoms
Basic Camel Equipment
– Nose Pegs
– Camel Halters
– Camel Hobbles
– Camel Saddles
– Camel Harness
JOIN OUR CAMELEER ACADEMY MEMBERSHIP TO GET INSTANT ACCESS TO THIS eBOOK PLUS…
Camel Husbandry & Care Short Course
Camel Vet Talks on: Proper Nutrition, Toxic Plants, Medicine Warnings, Parasite Control Program (new Vet Talks added monthly)
Camel Care procedures & preparing your camel for vet care (Tutorials)
Forum to ask your camel care / vet questions and get them answered by world leading professionals
About the Camel Husbandry eBook & Why YOU Need it…
The camel, being an exotic animal, can be more of a challenge to get camel feeding right alongside any western medical needs, holistic care and training than any other animal you might have experienced.
A camel owner is always learning, unfortunately though, it’s often trial and error and sometimes ends very badly. Which brings us to why we wanted to write and share the camel care information we’ve learnt over the years with you through this eBook and our Cameleer Academy.
We (Russell & Tara) have been involved with camels, camel care and camel training for a combined 20+ years. There has been our fair share of heart break with camel deaths and unresolved illness – somethings unexplainable and undiagnosed. We’ve now gained more knowledge alongside a dedicated Australian Camel Vet and learnt the early signs of, very common, camel dietary, camel medical and camel husbandry issues.
We’ve lived in the Australian outback (desert) with camels, we’ve lived on greener pastures with camels and also in tropical locations, each time finding out what works and what doesn’t work for caring for camels.
If you’re reading this you are probably a proud camel owner or considering brining camels into your life, either way, you will face your challenges of camel husbandry and camel welfare, but the good news is that our Introduction to Camel Husbandry eBook, the short course that accompanies the eBook & the Camel Vet Talks will set your camel up for a long & happy life!
GET ACCESS TO THE CAMEL HUSBANDRY eBOOK & SHORT COURSE BE BECOMING A MEMBER!